Five Takeaways From the UCLA, Northwestern, Rutgers Antisemitism Hearing

Republicans sharply criticized Northwestern, but didn’t land any knock-out blows. UCLA avoided tough scrutiny. And this time, Democrats and faculty members went on the offensive.

Tutor.com Faces Scrutiny Over Data Privacy Concerns

A Senate committee is investigating the Chinese-owned company.

Value of College Degree Is Clear, but Public Skepticism Persists

A new report from the Pew Research Center shows that the wealth gap between people with and without college degrees remains wide.

Students’ Fresh Thoughts on Value and Affordability 

Most students say they’re getting a valuable college education, but their feelings are mixed when asked directly about affordability, according to new Student Voice data. Students also weigh in on ideas for lowering costs—and reject cuts to academics (including tenure) and to student supports.

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Can I Just Make Room for Interesting Things?

In the liberal arts, we don’t have an employability problem; we have a messaging problem, Kristin Brennan and Stephen Perkinson write.

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The Hammer

Gregg Gonsalves asks why campus leaders resorted so quickly to calling in the cops.

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How Can Trustees Help?

University board members can help restore trust on campus.

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Beyond Stoicism and the Brave Face

Confronting the reality of suffering in a culture of denial.

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Let’s Finally Tackle the Problem of Pay Inequity

Higher ed must go beyond buzz words and stop hiding behind performative equity, which does not create change, writes Rochelle Sennet. 

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We See You, Student Parents

Alex Rockey recommends eight principles for transforming academic access for them through mobile-friendly courses.

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Student Voice: Life After College

Students say how their colleges and universities are and should be preparing them for the workforce, including through their experiences with campus career centers, experiential learning and career influencers.